One of the most common dental restoration treatments is a dental crown. It’s a tooth-shaped cap that can be made from metals, porcelain, resin, or ceramics, and it covers the visible part of the tooth. Read our blog post to find out what dental crowns can do for you.
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Tooth decay is very common. About 92 percent of people between 20-64 years of age have had cavities. Whenever you come in for a visit, we’ll always check your teeth for signs of decay. Read our blog post to learn how we detect tooth decay.
If you’ve lost a tooth, you’re probably looking for the best way to restore your smile for good. These days, there are a number of different tooth-replacement options out there from bridges to dental implants to dentures. Read our blog post where we tackle one type in particular: fixed dental bridges.
Are you missing teeth? If so, chances are you may be a great candidate for restorative dentistry. There are many advanced tooth replacement solutions available for patients looking to fill in the gaps in their smile. Dental bridges are a state-of-the-art treatment that can give you back a complete, natural-looking smile once more! Read our blog post for details.
We understand that tooth damage and dental pain can be almost impossible to live with. Quick, advanced dental care is crucial when it comes to restorative dentistry! We proudly offer same-day dental care with our state-of-the-art CEREC® on-site milling unit and digital smile lab. Read our blog post for details!
So you just finished up at the dentist and received your brand new veneers, dental implants or dental crowns. Now it’s just a matter of caring for your dental work so that it continues to look great and function well. Check out our blog post for some dental care tips to keep in mind.
If you’re looking to get a dental crown or your dentist has suggested that a dental crown could benefit you, then you may start to hear talk of something called a CEREC crown or a same-day crown. Read our blog post to learn about the advantages of CEREC crowns.
You’ve probably heard of dental crowns, but do you know what exactly they are? Check out our blog post where we explain the answer to that question, discuss why you might need one, and how durable dental crowns are.